Delicate pale gold in colour, the bouquet is subtle shortbread and nutty overtones from yeast influence, combined with floral and raspberry highlights from the pinot noir/meunier grapes. This is complimented with delicate citrus and pear influence from the chardonnay grapes, the overall impression is spice with creme brulee aromas. The palate is generous and multilayered, with fruit weight, finishing with a crisp and lingering acidity. Delicious when enjoyed with Tasmanian oysters and blinis with smoked salmon and horseradish cream.
Notes provided by Kreglinger.